A winter storm that hit Southern California has caused hazardous marine conditions, with a high surf advisory in place.
The National Weather Service has warned of gusty winds, minor coastal flooding, and surf peaking at 7 to 13 feet, with high tides of up to 6 feet.
Some sections of the Pacific Coast Highway were closed due to flooding and debris cleanup.
Despite boats rocking back and forth by the nearby pier in Redondo Beach, there have been no reports of damage so far.
People are advised to enjoy the high surf from a safe distance due to dangerous rip currents.